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Apart Hotel-Oakdene, Windermere, Cumbria

Apart Hotel-Oakdene
98 Oak Street,

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Situated in the centre of Windermere village, just a few minutes walk from the lake, this apart-hotel is set in a peaceful side street, within walking distance of all shops and the bus and train stations.
Centrally situated in Windermere village, the apartments offer easy access to the delights of the lakes. It is an ideal base for those keen on water sports and, for both the serious and casual walker, there is an interesting selection of local walks which can be enjoyed from your door step.

The three apartment suites are superbly decorated and furnished and have full central heating. Everything has been provided for your comfort and convenience, so you can relax and enjoy a carefree holiday.
Strictly non-smoking.
Use of the facilities of Parklands Leisure Centre is free of charge. This is a superb private club, about one mile away, with a full-size swimming pool and gym, as well as snooker rooms and a bar.
The proprietors are never far away should you need help or advice. Stay for a week or more, or if you cannot spare the time, just enjoy a three or four night short break.

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